Who Want to Buy Dolls with Stretch Marks, Cellulite and Acne?

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Who Want to Buy Dolls with Stretch Marks, Cellulite and Acne?

A doll maker named Lammily released a doll that is different from most. Although not common, this doll is claimed to be a realistic picture of women. The doll has stretch marks, cellulite, pimples to scars. Who wants to buy? A doll manufacturer named Lammily released a doll that is different from most. Although not common, this doll is claimed to be a realistic picture of women. The doll has stretch marks, cellulite, pimples to scars. Lammily is a company founded by digital artist Nickolay Lamm. He started making dolls with a form he thinks are more realistic than Barbie since 2013. His dolls have a shorter height than Barbie. The hips and arms of the doll are also more contained than Mattel’s creation dolls.

In an interview with HLN, Nickolay said he used body measurement standards from the Center for Disease Control & Prevention’s for 19-year-old American women. After starting to be created in 2013, the puppet of his work gets a positive response from the public. At least 19 thousand dolls have been ordered before release. And now the doll has gone on sale online for US $ 25 per piece. After selling the doll with a body shape that looks more like a woman in general, now Nickolay will release another work that is a doll with stain marks on the body. This new product called Lammily Marks contains a package of marks on the body such as acne, stitches, moles, mosquito bites, cellulite and stretch marks. Children who play this doll can customize their own stain that want to apply to the toy. Lammily Marks package is sold for US $ 6, not including the doll. Lammily Marks will be released to the market in January 2015. In the official website this toy is not suitable for children under four years. Their bodies with blemishes are released in an attempt to make children understand that having stains or marks on the body is natural. In accordance with Lammily tagline, ‘average is beautiful’, they want to educate children that beautiful women do not have to be like Barbie. (eny / eny)